dumaguete: a walk in the park

I’ll be here in Dumaguete until Sunday. The place is just one small bubble for me, walking on a busy Wednesday full of people. I’ve been enjoying a number of things, well mostly food: Kamalig Restaurant, Boston Cafe, City Burger, Why Not, Paradiso, Harold’s, Hayahay. So many dishes, all are great; nothing beats free meals!

So I strolled along the city or just the downtown area. I tell you, take away Silliman, I don’t know what’s going to be left of Dumaguete. It’s literally a walk in the park; a great place to exercise your legs.

Who calls a two-way lane a highway?


Walking on a school day during rush hour while minding my own business.


Going to the sea to experience the breeze.


Boulevard will always be Boulevard.


Alas, it rained! Now I need to get back to the hostel.

There are a number of things that make Dumaguete city, the city of Gentle People, appealing. I know that if I stay here longer than two weeks, I’ll grow to love the place again. But I’m past the Autumn stage, give me some neon lights!

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